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Brick and mortar retailers fret over "showrooming:" tech-savvy consumers using their smartphones to find the best holiday deals after or while checking out products in person. Facebook banks on "social shopping." Nintendo introduces "asymetric play," a new video game system with a unique user interface. The Computer Guys and Gal are back to explore the new buzzwords of the tech holiday season, and the latest headlines from the digital world.
From tablets to apps, the best technology gift ideas of this holiday season. Plus, the hottest tech buzzwords, news and happenings.
The Tablet King continues with the iPad Mini. It's a heftier price tag, but with a lighter form factor.
Never leave home without it: a USB key.
No need to walk around with glove holes! The tips of your thumbs and forefinger will help make it work on any smartphone or tablet.
Running out of batteries? Who doesn't?iPower Case can give you five hours of battery life and
makes your iPhone 4 & 4S look good.
Hi-tech flower pots? An electronic smartpot that grows plants without watering and fertilizing.
Hi-Tech puzzles! For a rainy day, this set of old-fashioned 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzles contains high-tech surprises.
Don't lose your car in a crowded parking lot this holiday season with the Find My Car app, which remembers the GPS position of your car, hotel or any other location and shows your current position on the map.
E-readers. There's so much to think about with this holiday season and e-reading, with a million flavors of Kindles, Nooks, Sony Readers and more.
iPad's “brutal impact on Windows desktops,” Apple desktops unscathed.
Dateline: Cupertino, Calif. Headline: Hell freezes over.
Now here’s a dirty secret: $300 phone bills! Consumers spend more on service than gear.
The advent of a new gerund: “showrooming” –- using your smartphone to get the best price.
Google is a mobile-first company (sounds like a “me-too” company”)
Where will Windows be in a few years? Survey says...
Not a good sign when HP has to tell consumers not to downgrade new computers.
Speaking of artists, sketch on your iPad with more control. The Pogo Connect looks like a lot of the styli that are out for iPad, but this one's different.
Retrode, for the geeky old school gamer.
Stuff the digital stocking with the Humble THQ Bundle.
A few interesting -- and free -- 3-D modeling packages:
SketchUp 8 for Windows and Mac.
Autodesk 123D Design for Windows, Mac and iPad. This is another good entry level option for people looking to learn how to model objects in 3-D.
Autodesk 123D Sculpt for iPad is a 3-D modeling tool that works like digital clay. You use fingers to sculpt organic shapes on the screen. Even if you're not serious about 3-D, this app is worth checking out.
Geek.com explores how Samsung tests new smartphones, including a "robo-butt."
It works similar to other ride-sharing apps, in that you establish a location and destination, and order a ride. But you'll be shown where to catch a Bridj bus, instead of getting a vehicle at your door.